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DURAND Patrick

P. Durand

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Agro-hydrology team

Tél : (33) 2 23 48 54 27
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  Patrick.Durand@rennes.inra.fr

  INRA UMR Sol Agro et hydrosystème Spatialisation
 65, rue de St-Brieuc
 CS 84215
 35042 Rennes Cedex - France

 

Environmental scientist, Director of UMR SAS
  

Activity - Functions

 

  • Environmental scientist: hydrology, biogeochemistry, soil science, agronomy
  • integrated modelling of the interactions between agriculture and water quality
  • Impact of landscape structure and landuse on water quality
  • Nitrogen dynamics in rural catchments
  • Head of UMR SAS since 2012

See also

Short CV

  •  Agronomy engineer from ENSAR (1983)
  • PhD in Earth sciences, Orleans University (1989)
  • Post Doctorate position (EU grant) at the Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford, UK (1990-92)
  • Researcher at INRA, Rennes, since 1992
  • HDR  diploma University Rennes 1 (2003)

Successive topics

From 1984 to 1993

  • Hydrology and biogeochemistry  of semi-natural ecosystems (impacts of landuse (deciduous/conferous/grassland, acidification, p acid rain
  • hydrological (TOPMODEL) an biogeochemical (MAGIC) modelling.

From 1993 to 2000

  • Impacts of riparian buffer zones on nitrogen transfer and transformation in rural catchments (denitrification, Redox potential,  ecological engineering, water pathways).
  • Chemical and isotopical hydrograph separation (multitracing-EMMA-stable isotopes)
  • hydrological functionning of shallow groundwater catchments

From 2000

  • Integrated modelling of nitrogen transfer and transformation in agro-ecosystems.
  • Coupling of hydrological, crop and farm models.
  • development of spatialized agro-hydrological model (TNT2, CASIMOD'N, Nitroscape(with EGC Grignon research unit)
  • Participation to the development of a semi distributed nitrogen model (INCA, Univ Reading, UK)
  • modelling the hydrological and biogeochemical functionning of landscape structures (hedgerows, riparian  buffers)
  • DOC tranfer modelling.

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